Byline: Doug Fernandes
It reaches in all directions, to places beyond thought.
Friday night was a big win for the South Florida football program.
Perhaps the biggest.
And victory was everywhere.
There was winning on the Howard Frankland Bridge, part of the gridlock no doubt included USF fans headed to Raymond James Stadium for the Bulls' game against fifth-ranked West Virginia.
There was winning in Lot 8, by 3 p.m., chockablock full with RVs. In every lot, in seemingly every direction, cars, flags and hats, emblazoned with the Bulls' logo.
And, of course, there was winning the electronic way.